September 21 – 25, 2015
According to John Locke, a man’s labor is his own, and so when it is embedded in the land he works, that land becomes his own. Guest Julie Rehmeyer contends the connection goes both ways – we belong to the land we tend.
Abstruce Goose demonstrates the correct response to sarcasm in any argument.
There is wonder in the thought that we share a landscape with those who lived thousands of years ago, and that their material culture surrounds us still. Craig traces the journey of a Clovis tool collection.
Ann’s local coffee shop is a haven for scientific speculation and a positive hypothesis factory. It highlights one of the scientific method’s most socially-oriented steps.
My son takes his first small plane ride and lobbies for aerobatics. I explore the developmental nature of fear.